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DIY SEAT CLEANER: 1 C Distilled Vinegar, 1 C Club Soda, 1/2 C Blue Dawn Dish Soap, Spray Bottle, & Scrub Brush; DIRECTIONS: Mix altogether in bottle, shake, & spray on fabric. Let it set 5-10 min then scrub in circular motion. Wet washcloth & wipe to remove soap.

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Diy Car Upholstery Cleaner..one part Dawn dish soap mixed with two parts hydrogen peroxide and some baking soda! Again with toothbrush and carpet scrubber, I attacked e...

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How To Clean A Microfiber Couch with ONE Ingredient

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How To Clean Upholstery, Also Known As How To Get The Funk Out Of Thrifted Furniture

The body is in a constant state of detoxifying itself. It is very important for toxins to be removed from our body so that it can continue to function properly. There are a number of systems that are involved in detoxing the body, all of which are...

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Homemade Upholstery Cleaner with Simple Ingredients

Is your couch or car upholstery in need of a little TLC? This homemade upholstery cleaner will remove stains and help sterilize the area too!

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DIY Upholstery Cleaner

Get the stains out of your furniture with this simple DIY Upholstery Cleaner. It only takes two ingredients and is great at getting out grass stains, dirt, and food stains.

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Get That New-Car Feeling With This DIY Upholstery Cleaner

Mix together this quick and easy upholstery cleaner that you can stash in your car to use when needed. Made with your favorite dish soap and clean-boosting Borax, your seats will always look wonderfully fresh. What You'll Need: 3 tablespoons dish

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DIY Homemade Upholstery cleaner ½ cup of white vinegar 1 cup of warm water -½ tablespoon of liquid soap (optional, add to the mix if your upholstery is badly soiled) Put all the ingredients in a plastic spray bottle and mix the solution thoroughly. Spray the solution on your upholstery. Scrub the area with the rag or cloth until it’s clean. You may repeat the process if necessary.

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